Man, I miss Newt Gingrich

From his SuperPAC, Winning Our Future. It’s art.

5 responses to “Man, I miss Newt Gingrich

  1. The sound track is what makes it….otherwise, not as good as the wolves with glowing eyes from a couple of years ago.


  2. OMG! It’s Armageddon! The sky is falling. The aliens are taking over! He’s the anti-Christ! 666! Where’s my gun? Where’s my Bible? Time to hunker down! OMG! 🙄 🙄 🙄


  3. The crazy thing is that people believe this!


  4. It is masterful advertising, though aimed at turning out the base. I don’t think it does a really good job of appealing to an Obama vote who is thinking of jumping to Romney.


  5. Under the pressures of his racing internal time clock, Newt is likely to betray the core issues he sounded so passionate about yesterday. “Newt is decisive but changes his mind, so whatever he’s doing might change in six months,” says Frank Gregorsky. “But when it changes he is blindingly defensive and assertive about it.” The biggest change may be yet to come. Newt, who started out as a moderate, may shed another skin when the pain of the budget revolution kicks in. Newt’s loyal point man, Congressman John Kasich, head of the Budget Committee, may be the fall guy.


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